Anika Wijesuriya has fled country due to threats – AG’s Dept
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Anika Wijesuriya, who testified before the Bond Commission earlier on regarding the Penthouse apartment, in which former Minister Ravi Karunanayake resided, had left the country due to death threats allegedly made by Shanil Neththikumra, a relative of former minister Karunanayake, Attorney General’s Department officials informed the Bond Commission today.
They also said that Anika’s brother Wijith has also received death threats. The department officials also request from the Bond commission to investigate about the threats made by Neththikumara.
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yet another episode of how the system is designed as how not to operate.
If this woman has testified, or provided evidence for or against the accused and was summoned by the commission and if she happened to be a vital li k in the proceedings then he outcome of the inquiry is bound to fail.
The way things are shaping up this woman has created a precedent to seek asylum because of threats and if others can claim the similar privilege and look for asylum elsewhere.
It is for the commission to provide protective custody for those vulnerable to be assassinated!
Finally what is this woman role in the ravi onella alloysius conspiracy!
Why run away from the country and also, away from home comforts and enjoyment of accumulated wealth?
We have a Yahapalana system of law enforcement and protection in place led by the IGP and his super-active force.
If your life is threatened by a person of known identity, just walk in to the nearest cop shop and record a complaint. The IGP’s forces will jump into action (if the IGP does not receive a call from the Sir) and apprehend the culprit who will be promptly remanded and transferred to the Prison Hospital. A couple of days later, NR Associates will appear for the culprit and get him released on bail so that he can continue frequenting the night clubs.
If I am Commissioner of Inland Revenue, I will be after this woman to verify how she came to command unexplained wealth?
Then, Summon Rajapakshas before one or more of those commissions set up to waste public money.!!!!